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Lonely Planet - Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra

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Authors: Lindsay Brown, Daniel McCrohan, John Noble, Abigail Hole / 3rd Edition: Aug 2011

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      20.10.2012 23:35

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      Great book for travelling around Rajasthan

      I bought this book when I travelled to India as it covered the area I was visiting. I had borrowed the India lonely planet guide from a friend, but it was really big so I got this guide as it was a much better size to carry round. The information contained inside it was very similar to the full India guide, but it had a few extra things in it too.

      The book has a colour section with a map of the region as well as "top 20 experiences" containing colour photos and descriptions to help get inspiration for your trip. There is also a pull out map of Delhi which comes with the book, although I found it little use having a map when I got lost in Delhi as there are no street names anywhere anyway!

      The book is split into 7 regions (Delhi, Agra and Jaipur get their own sections and the rest of Rajasthan is split into North, South, East and West). Each section contains loads of information of places to stay, places to eat and things to do in each place. There's maps throughout the book showing where all of these things are which is useful when deciding where to stay. There's also a short history section which is really interesting.

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